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city facing a doomsday scenario. >>> steve jobs, the iphone, the ipad and this. >> i'm a mac. and i'm a pc. >> tonight, the man who started apple with jobs, the legendary steve wozniak. is this the last gasp of moammar gadhafi? >> do not leave tripoli. fight them. destroy them. >> rebels advance in tripoli. this is "piers morgan tonight." -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good evening. my one-on-one with steve wozniak is coming up. >>> but first, estimates the storm could cause a stunning $11 billion in damage. if it continues on its current path. tonight, with this monster growing stronger, governors all the way from north carolina to connecticut have already declared states of emergency. amtrak is canceling trains south of washington, airlines are canceling flights. new york may shut down the subways on saturday. millions of people preparing for the worst of a storm. today, wind gusts up to 115 miles an hour. threatens to dump 15 inches of rain as it charges up the east coast. cnn is covering this story from every angle. i want to bring in jim spellman, live in the bahamas
>>> i'm isha sesay with a 360 news and bulletin. steve jobs is bowing out as ceo of apple and his resignation letter, he said he could no longer live out his expectations as ceo. jobs has been on medical leave since january. he'll stay on as apple's chairman and be succeeded as former operating officer tim kirk. >>> and another office may have reopened after the east coast quake, however, the washington monument will stay closed until engineers prepare cracks at the top. >> that's it. thanks for watching. >>> tonight, breaking news, steve jobs resigns as ceo of apple. what this means to the company that changed the world. the latest stunning developments. >>> and gathering storms in the atlantic. hurricane irene bigger and stronger, bearing down on the east coast. where will it hit? winds over 100 miles an hour, what it will do to a city like new york. >>> on the other side of the world, battles still raging in tripoli. moammar gadhafi forces going house to house. is this the colonel's last stand? we'll ask cnn's sara sidner, what's it like to be in the middle of the chaos. >> mor
>>> breaking news. steve jobs has resigned as ceo of apple. he said he could no longer meet his duties and expectations as ceo. he has been on medical leave since january. he'll stay on as apple's chairman. the company's former chief operating officer, tim cook, will take over as apple's ceo. >>> the washington monument is cracked and closed, but other monuments in the nation's capitol have reopened, following yesterday's rare magnitude 5.8 earthquake on the east coast. authorities say the washington monument may not open to the public until after engineers fix the cracks at the top. >>> and gathering storms in the atlantic. hurricane irene bigger and stronger, bearing down on the east coast. where it will hit. winds over 100 miles an hour, what it will do to a city like new york. >>> on the other side of the world, battles still raging in tripoli. moammar gadhafi forces going house to house. is this the colonel's last stand. sara sidner, what's it like to be in the middle of the chaos. this is "piers morgan tonight." tonight's breaking news. steve jobs stepping down as ceo of a
, breaking news, steve jobs re signs as ceo of apple. what this means to the company that changed the world. the latest stunning developments. >>> and gathering storms in the atlantic. hurricane irene bigger and stronger, bearing down on the east coast. where it will hit. winds over 100 miles an hour, what it will do to a city like new york. >>> on the other side of the world, battles still raging in tripoli. moammar gadhafi forces going house to house. is this the colonel's last stand. sara sidner, what's it like to be in the middle of the chaos. this is "piers morgan tonight." tonight's breaking news. steve jobs stepping down as ceo of apple. joe, is this a surprise, lots of speculation about steve jobs' future because of his health? what's your view? >> the only real surprise is that it happened tonight, really. he's been sick for a long time. he has not looked well, obviously, in appearances recently. everybody he's had a liver transplant, a tumor on his pancreas. so his health, one assumes has been deteriorating, and there is a certain kind of sad inevidentability to this moment. >> ob
who you think everybody finds funny. >> steve carrel. >> you're right. that's true. >> any women? >> i win. >> women? >> well, yeah. there are. tina fey. >> okay. she and steve carrel. >> let's end on a happy note. let's play a clip from your show because it will get me out of this terrible hole i dug. >> if you have time -- >> you know what, i don't have any time. i have eight accounts here at clark and west and i have 30 people on managing and a whiney domestic partner. >> so you're gay? >> no, i'm manually but i'm not gay and i don't want to marry him because i can't take on one more thing. i don't have the time. i'm swamped. i'm haven't taken a deep breath since 1988. i don't have to have a snack. i haven't had a leisurely dump in the last ten years. i'm wearing a colostomy bag right now. >> i can't imagine anyone that watches that that doesn't laugh at lisa kudrow. >> thank you. >> so there's three. steve carell. >> you've just given me a moment. >> that's another dream come true. >>> coming up, a generation's guilty pleasure. beverly hill's "90210." my interview with jason priest
more american entrepreneurs and businessmen should be doing? there's steve jobs. he's a genius. he has these amazing ideas. he gets a brilliant design team around him. he has as jack welsh points out, a brilliant system of delivery for his products. he gets it out there. fast and efficiently. and he sells it around you go to china or india or europe. there are apples products, piled high. beautiful quality, incredibly reliable and they're available to all, selling like hot cakes and he is a brilliant marketeer, too. that kind of thing that america needs so much more of. identifying products to the whole world. >> it is happening in small ways. i've met so many start-up entrepreneurs all around the country. it is much harder for them to make it work now. but it is still happening. that's for me, the hope for the future. as a greek, as a naturalized american, as a double dose of optimism. viewers depressed. that sense of ingenuity. that entrepreneurial spirit is very much alive. what we need to do is to overcome the dysfunctional nature of our government at the moment that is really gett
, a private dinner party with jack nicholson, john hamm, steve martin. >> john hamm is not really a celebrity. >> he's the biggest one out there. >> whatever. who else? >> steve martin, funniest guy, michaels and, my god, when it comes to movies, literally. >> he really is. he's a legend. >> he is fun. at a private dinner party as i would hope he is? >> yes, meaning he has moment where's he's kind of nutty and then super intelligent and then funny. you know, it was a full package. it was definitely a pinch myself moment. >> did you give him a lap dance? >> yes. and he gave me one and then it was 3:00 in the morning. >> you put yourself around too much. nicholson last night, me tonight. >> you're in good company. we were discussing about how in the world of social media, what kind of photo would get out there that could get you in trouble. >> yes. >> and in my case, there's no such thing. meaning there's nothing i could say that wouldn't frankly help my business. there's no photo out there. i could be doing anything improper with you or anyone you know and it would boost sales. >> cooper, you
crystal's act? billy crystal, he's the best at billy crystal. steve martin is the best at steve martin. >> i went to the emmys when you were the host, and what they really want is they don't want it to ever feel uncomfortable or nasty. and your genius that day is you were coming out with lots of stuff, just knifing people, but it all felt so warm and celebratory, that everyone felt they could laugh. >> yeah. >> that's your trademark, i think, isn't it? >> i think that's my thing. i don't like to kick people when they're down. i like to kick people when you're up. i'll take care of you until you're up again. then i'll take a shot. if you're in on the joke, i know everybody can take a good joke, if you're in on it, then why not do that. that's the fun of it. i remember we had ted danson, i had to introduce ted danson, great guy, great sense of humor. i was, like -- they played the "cheers" theme. ♪ i go, ladies and gentlemen, wherever this guy goes, everyone knows his name, give it up for mr. tim dinson. he came out. he immediately got the joke. people are, like, what? tim dinson. the
belcher, steve hildebrand. steve, good to have you back. we'll see you again as the day. a lot of contrast. hope to see you back here tomorrow. piers morgan tonight starts right now. >> tonight, dark horse of the gop. >> the whole works is done much better without the federal government down on our back and in our wallets. it's time restored freedom to america. >> he came in second in the iowa straw poll. and why he maybe the one to watch. >> remember this. >> i developed a relationship with a started as a dear, dear friend from argentina. >> that was a beginning of a long two years for mark sanford. disgrace, divorce and the end of a hope for any run for the white house. tonight inside of his private life today. >> given the last storm of my life, maybe some healing there for us. >>. mark sanford live tonight. >>> tonight the congressman has been called the intellectual godfather of the tea party. just barely to bachmann in the ames straw poll this weekend. joining me is ron paul. you are the most untalked about contender today after this weekend i can ever remember. you should be getting
, john hamm, steve martin -- >> john hamm isn't a real celebrity. >> biggest movie hearthrob. steve martin, loren michaels. is he as fun at a private dinner peter as i would hope he is? >> yes. he has moment where is he's kind of nutty then super intelligence and then funny. it was the full package. it was definitely a pinch myself moment. >> did you give him a lap dance? >> yes. and he gave me one and then it was 3:00 in the morning. >> jack nicholson last night, me tonight. >> you're in good company. >> bit of a brazen hussy, aren't you? >> yes. we were discussing in the world of social media what kind of photo could get out there that would get you in trouble. in my case, there's no such thing. there's nothing i could say that wouldn't frankly help my business. there's no photo that could be out there, i could be doing anything inappropriate with you or anyone you know and it would only boost sales. >> but you already have done. you've been seen on this show tonight lap dancing me. and straddling the desk to kiss me. >> but i'm still dressed. >> we're still on air miraculously. >
sometime tomorrow. taking a look at what could happen if this city is hit by a massive hurricane. >> steve and debbie o'sullivan and their children live in rockaway beach in new york. a tranquil setting. beautiful wide shoreline. they never used to worry about hurricanes. >> we never really understand the greater impact of it. we never had a great fear. we used to play out in them. >> what's changed? >> katrina. >> their house sits one block from the ocean with the atlantic on one side and jamaica bay on the other are thinking about stocking up on hurricane supplies. >> i really am seriously considering getting more supplies of water and dry goods. it is a worry for me. i mean, he's not as worried as i am. >> there may be good reason for concern. new york city hasn't experienced a big hurricane since 1938. with the increase in hurricane activity, combined with the law of averages, many experts believe another major storm may be coming and soon. >> is it going to be a slow rise? >> yeah. it's going to come up slowly. about the rate that you fill a bathtub. >> coastal geologist nick koch, hi
economic adviser to president obama. and then we talked to steve forbes, ceo of forbes inc. both very good economic analysts. so i expected they come from different ends of the spectrum here as they look at what's wrong with the economy. but the first question out of the bat, of course, was what do you think of this s&p downgrading the u.s. credit rating? and they agreed on that. take a listen. >> i think in a narrow sense, it is a political move and i think it is really, it will sound strange for me to say, an outrageous move. the government can't pay its debts. it is legally obligated to do that. it has the wherewithal to do it. in a larger sense, i think the u.s. economy is in a perilous state. this recovery has been the worst from a severe recession since the great depression but i'm surprised s&p would play politics. >> look. s&p said to sell warren buffett said to buy. that should tell you something about the quality of u.s. bonds. at the same time, this happened because s&p was seeing what most americans are feeling. which is unhappiness with the solution that's are coming out of co
problem right now. when i hear people like you and like steve jobs talking about apple's global expansion. you look at mcdonald's, any of these companies. i went to shanghai recently. full of super stores. you look at nike. apparently 3,000 stores throughout china. it seems to me there are certain times of american business leaders who get this and who are aggressively taking their products made here or their products taken over there and made there into china and selling them to the chinese. there are lots of other businesses standing back saying this is all too scary. they're the enemy. we can't help them. that has to be wrong. the answer has to be america having more apples, more mcdonald's, more starbucks, more things created by americans that the kmochinese want. >> well, we live in a global society. that global society, i don't put a label on. i think the opportunities that private enterprise has to extend the brand and their business to the people who are buying the product. but i think you bring up a subject that i think is important. great companies that build an enduring brand h
to be absolutely the heart of the american problem right now. when i hear people like you and i hear steve jobs talking about apple's global expansion, you look at mcdonald's, any of these companies, i went to shanghai recently. just full of superstores from britain, tescos in the case i was worting under the time. nike 3,000 stores throughout china. it seems to me there are certain types of american business leaders who get this and who are aggressively taking their products made here or their products taken over there and made there into china are selling them to the chinese. there are lots of other businesses standing back saying, whoa, this is all too scary. they're the enemy. we can't help them. that has to be wrong. the answer has to be, america having more apples, doesn't it? more mcdonald's. more starbucks. more things created by americans that the chinese want. >> well, we live in a global society. and that global society, i don't put a label on. i think the opportunities that the private enterprise has to extend the brand in their business to the people who are buying the product. but
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